Singer-songwriter Shawn Mullins defies a cut-and-dried definition. Influenced by everybody from the Violent Femmes and James Taylor to contemporaries like the Indigo Girls (whose co-founder, Amy Ray, attended Clarkston High School in Georgia with Mullins), the folk rocker maintains a homey pop vibe throughout his albums but doesn't feel compelled to stay inside the lines in a live setting. Although known for his catchy adult-contemporary songs like the Grammy-nominated "Lullaby," which topped the U.S. charts in 1998, Mullins has donated ditties to TV soundtracks, too. His song "All in My... More >>>